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Jmstemplate is a bottle neck in performancePage Title Module
If you change the plain client to use the same send method as JmsTemplate does send(message, deliverymode, priority, ttl) you will see that the performance difference is even smaller.
Jmstemplate has a (small) overhead as it does some delegation and checking which you don't have to do when doing all the stuff manually. This is the price to pay for using a more abstract solution. IMHO it is worth it but that is for each to decide.